KGMI News Reporting
By Karen Taylor
BELLINGHAM, Wash. – The Better Business Bureau is warning about the ‘12 Scams of Christmas’ this holiday season.
Spokesperson David Quinlan says many of the scams this year are oldies, but goodies that are getting more sophisticated.
People should keep a watch over the elderly members of their family.
Scammers are known to pretend to be stranded grandchildren calling for help and asking for money.
To avoid being scammed people should guard their personal information and make sure they are always shopping with a trusted seller or website.
A full list of scams is available on the BBB’s website.